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  • LAW & ORDER {LAW AND ORDER}: SHOWTIME {PART 3 OF 3} (TV)

    (March 27, 1997)

    One in this series of dramas that deals with the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminals. The first half of each episode concerns the police procedure that leads to the arrest of a suspect, while the second half covers the efforts of the distri...

  • LAW & ORDER {LAW AND ORDER}: SLAVE (TV)

    (April 21, 1996)

    One in this series of dramas that deals with the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminals. The first half of each episode concerns the police procedure that leads to the arrest of a suspect, while the second half covers the efforts of the distri...

  • LAW & ORDER {LAW AND ORDER}: CAUSA MORTIS {SEVENTH SEASON PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 18, 1996)

    One in this series of dramas that deals with the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminals. The first half of each episode concerns the police procedure that leads to the arrest of a suspect, while the second half covers the efforts of the distri...

  • LAW & ORDER {LAW AND ORDER}: SAVAGES (TV)

    (October 18, 1995)

    One in this series of dramas that deals with the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminals. The first half of each episode concerns the police procedure that leads to the arrest of a suspect, while the second half covers the efforts of the distri...

  • LAW & ORDER {LAW AND ORDER}: WHITE RABBIT (TV)

    (October 19, 1994)

    One in this series of dramas that deals with the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminals. The first half of each episode concerns the police procedure that leads to the arrest of a suspect, while the second half covers the efforts of the distri...

  • CATTANOOGA CATS SHOW, THE {IT'S THE WOLF, MOTORMOUSE AND AUTOCAT, AROUND THE WORLD IN 79 DAYS (TV)

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    One in this series of animated programs featuring a feline band. This program consists of the following segments: "It's the Wolf," in which a sheepdog, Bristol Hound, protects a small lamb, Lambsy, from the clutches of a big bad wolf named Mildew; "Motor...

  • LAW & ORDER {LAW AND ORDER}: VIRTUE (TV)

    (November 23, 1994)

    One in this series of dramas that deals with the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminals. The first half of each episode concerns the police procedure that leads to the arrest of a suspect, while the second half covers the efforts of the distri...

  • LAW & ORDER {LAW AND ORDER}: SANCTUARY (TV)

    (April 13, 1994)

    One in this series of dramas that deals with the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminals. The first half of each episode concerns the police procedure that leads to the arrest of a suspect, while the second half covers the efforts of the distri...

  • LAW & ORDER {LAW AND ORDER}: WHITE RABBIT (TV)

    (October 19, 1994)

    One in this series of dramas that deals with the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminals. The first half of each episode concerns the police procedure that leads to the arrest of a suspect, while the second half covers the efforts of the distri...

  • AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE: CONCEALED ENEMIES, PART 4: VERDICT (TV)

    (May 09, 1984)

    Continued from T88:0240. One in this dramatic anthology series. The fourth and final part of this docudrama that deals with the actual events of the Alger Hiss spy case and examines the role played by Whittaker Chambers, the man whose accusations brought H...

  • WIRE, THE: TIME AFTER TIME {THIRD SEASON PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 19, 2004)

    One in this dramatic series about the police and the criminals they target. This episode is the first of series' third season, which focuses on the nexus between Baltimore's election-year politics and the Barksdale drug enterprise. In this episode, the not...

  • GOOD DISSONANCE LIKE A MAN, A (TV)

    (October 11, 1977)

    A dramatic profile of composer Charles Ives, whose innovative techniques, experimental compositions, and development of free dissonant counterpoint shocked the American public. James Sinclair conducts the Yale Symphony Orchestra in selections from Ives's w...

  • MUHAMMAD ALI'S GREATEST FIGHT (TV)

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    This made-for-television drama film depicts the Supreme Court battle to overturn the conviction against famed boxer Muhammad Ali, a.k.a. Cassius Clay, for his refusal to fight in the Vietnam War. The story begins as Clay is named the Heavyweight Champion o...

  • NORTHERN EXPOSURE: FISH STORY (TV)

    (March 14, 1994)

    One in this comedy/drama series about the colorful inhabitants of Cicely, a rural Alaskan town where native New Yorker Joel Fleischman establishes his first medical practice. In this episode, Maggie's offer to prepare Joel's Passover seder leaves him feeli...

  • THEN CAME YOU: THEN CAME TWO BIRTHDAYS (TV)

    (March 29, 2000)

    One in this comedy series about the May-December romance between a twenty-two-year-old waiter and a thirty-three-year-old book editor in Chicago. In this episode, Cheryl gives Billie a birthday present but she refuses to accept it. Billie doesn't feel like...

  • END OF THE ROAD SHOW, THE {#52} (RADIO)

    (September 02, 1989)

    One in this series of variety shows hosted by and starring Tom Bodett. Bodett opens this program with "The End of the Road Review," featuring a discussion about recent events in his hometown. Pianist Johnny B. Bushell plays his own composition, "Sunny Si...

  • NBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (RADIO)

    (November 22, 1952)

    One in this series of concerts given by the NBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Arturo Toscanini. Each selection is usually preceded by program notes read by the announcer. In this portion of the program, which is devoted entirely to the music of Christ...

  • QING CHUN ZHI GE {SONG OF THE YOUNG, THE} {#1} {MANDARIN CHINESE} {PT. 2} {MOTION PICTURE}

    (1959)

    In 1931, Lin Daojinga, co-ed in high school, attempted to drown herself out of despair as a result from an arranged marriage. College student, Yu Tongze, came to her rescue and later married her. Though Lin continually felt depressed about her life; unti...

  • QING CHUN ZHI GE {SONG OF THE YOUNG, THE} {#1} {MANDARIN CHINESE} {PT. 1} {MOTION PICTURE}

    (1959)

    In 1931, Lin Daojinga, co-ed in high school, attempted to drown herself out of despair as a result from an arranged marriage. College student, Yu Tongze, came to her rescue and later married her. Though Lin continually felt depressed about her life; unti...

  • LOU GRANT: IMMIGRANTS (TV)

    (February 15, 1982)

    One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and city editor Lou Grant. In this episode, the life of immigrants in America is examined when Animal's friend, Vietnamese photographer Tam, joins the staff of the Tribune. After heedin...